American Society of Civil Engineers

Cold Regions Construction: A State of the Practice Report

by Darryl, F. Jordan, (editor), A.M.ASCE, (Arco Oil & Gas Co., Anchorage, Alaska) and Giles N. McDonald, (editor), (G. N. McDonald and Associates, Anchorage, Alaska)
New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers, 978-0-87262-387-3 / 0-87262-387-4 (print), 1983, 126 pp.     (Barcode: RMI MK31552)

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Document type: Books - Committee Reports
Abstract: An overview of cold region construction and state of the practice reviews of various aspects of this engineering specialty are presented. The overview covres the development of cold region construction with a description of the variety of conditions found in the state of Alaska as examples of the types of cold regions encountered. Unique problems associated with cold region construction are reviewed. State of the practice reviews include preparation of equipment for cold regions, utilization of ice and snow during construction, earthwork, pile construction practices, concreting, quality assurance, and safety.

ASCE Subject Headings:
Cold regions
Cold weather construction
Concrete construction
Equipment and machinery
Pile foundations

Library of Congress Call Number:  TH153.C595 1983
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Building--Cold weather conditions.
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